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CBSN Originals is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (58 episodes). The series first aired on February 18, 2019.Where do I stream CBSN Originals online? CBSN Originals is available for streaming on CBS, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch CBSN Originals on demand at Amazon Prime, Paramount+ online.

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6 Seasons, 58 Episodes
February 18, 2019
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Cast: Manuel Bojorquez
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CBSN Originals Full Episode Guide

  • As part of the Speaking Frankly series, this CBSN Originals documentary explores the fusion of faith and politics in a movement that envisions the U.S. as a Christian nation.

  • When a pandemic, a racial reckoning, and rampant misinformation converged, Americans were faced with an election unlike any other. This CBSN documentary follows voters around the country as they grapple with who they're voting for, how they're voting and the issues supercharging the stakes.

  • The Detroit Police Department is using facial recognition technology and a network of surveillance cameras to combat the city's high crime rates. But critics say the technology has racial bias built into it and has even landed innocent people behind bars. In this documentary, CBSN Originals explores

  • The economic fallout from COVID-19 hit Las Vegas harder than any other major city in the nation, devastating households far from the famous Strip. Though the lights are flickering on once again, uncertainty still looms. This episode of CBSN Originals reveals how some Las Vegas workers are navigating

  • In the second episode of this two-part documentary, CBSN Originals follows a growing movement of militias refusing to comply with new gun regulations. As the country navigates a pandemic, economic shutdowns and political unrest, gun sales are soaring and gun rights activists argue Americans should be armed now more than ever. 

  • In the first episode of this two-part documentary, CBSN Originals explores an armed backlash to new gun laws. Mass shootings in Virginia have mobilized the fight for more regulation, but some counties won't enforce laws they say infringe on their residents' constitutional rights.

  • A generation that grew up witnessing a world with a rapidly changing climate is coming of age. Now, Gen Z climate activists are bringing a sense of urgency to mobilizing social and political movements across the nation. As the world is running out of time, these young activists have made it their mi

  • CBSN Originals presents its first feature documentary, Welcome to Pine Lake. The film set out to tell the triumphant story of a progressive, women-run town - and ended up revealing the institutional racism at the city's core. The film is followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and an extended discus

  • With renewed calls for racial justice in America come fresh demands to take down Confederate monuments, rid sports teams of Native American mascots, and rebrand products that use racist caricatures. But does the focus on imagery distract from the fight for systemic change? This CBSN Originals docume

  • Socialism has gone mainstream in American politics, but it remains deeply controversial. For some, it seems to offer an appealing solution to the country's woes, but for others, it evokes fearful imagery of authoritarian regimes. This CBSN Originals documentary dives into the culture war over social

  • Feminism has never been more widely proclaimed than it is now. But there is no consensus within the movement about what that means or how to move forward. Are these conflicts getting in the way of progress — or paving the way for growth? This CBSN Originals documentary explores the internal culture

  • Social media platforms have become de facto public spaces, where freedom of speech is exercised. But when online speech pushes the limits of acceptability, where do we draw the line? Are conservatives and liberals treated differently? And who gets to decide? This CBSN Originals documentary explores

  • The body positivity movement was created to offer an inclusive community for those of all sizes. But some argue that it celebrates being overweight at the expense of tackling America's rising obesity epidemic. This CBSN Originals documentary explores the attitudes surrounding weight in America, feat

  • Cancel culture has destroyed careers and upended the lives of many who've made a controversial statement or committed a socially unacceptable act. It's sparked a debate about whether such incidents precipitate much-needed change or simply threaten freedom of expression. This CBSN Originals documenta

  • At a moment when Roe v. Wade appears more vulnerable than ever to legal challenges, this half-hour documentary goes to El Salvador, where harsh laws offer a glimpse into what an abortion ban can look like. For more than 20 years, El Salvador's constitution has prohibited the procedure, and more than

  • A history of unfulfilled promises between the Navajo Nation and the U.S. government has helped fuel one of the highest coronavirus infection rates in the country among Navajo People. The Navajo Nation imposed extensive lockdown orders, but inadequate infrastructure and lack of access to basic needs

  • As the US faces an unprecedented public health emergency, one thing stands in the way — trust in truth. For years now, Americans in large numbers have come to dismiss science, established fact, and the media. And the Internet has helped bring us to this critical moment in time. In this CBSN Original

  • The restaurant industry has driven a significant amount of economic growth since the Great Recession, but many restaurant employees continue to end up hungry due to a two-tiered wage system that allows tipped workers to be paid as little as $2.13 an hour. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi travels to In

  • Miami is often seen as ground zero for the impacts of climate change in the U.S., but the fallout goes well beyond flooded streets. As real estate developers head to higher ground, rising rents in low-income communities there are threatening to push vulnerable residents out of their homes. In this e

  • In recent years, gaming and anonymous social media sites have become breeding grounds for right-wing extremists. Populated by (mostly) young white men disenchanted with their place in society, the platforms have become spaces where hate is normalized and disaffected young people are susceptible to r

  • In the age of misinformation, evidence-based science is under fire. Private schools with questionable curriculums, public schools that sidestep scientific topics, and a growing abundance of conspiratorial YouTube videos are hindering our ability to separate scientific facts from beliefs or opinions.

  • As fires ravaged Brazil's Amazon rainforest in the summer of 2019, concerned citizens, politicians and celebrities worldwide sounded alarms and urged Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to take immediate action. But Bolsonaro fired back, claiming his critics were spreading fake news to undermine Braz

  • As police departments turn to big data to help reduce crime in their neighborhoods, advocacy groups are sounding the alarm about high-tech racial profiling. The algorithm-driven systems analyze supposedly impartial historical crime data to predict where crimes will occur or who might commit them. Bu